These elements are connected between each other to form the load-bearing frame structure of the building, with the fibrolite panel forming the outer and inner SIP surface, combines all of these into a shell structure (e.g. eggshell) that gives the building spatial rigidity and strength. The system is free of cold bridges and complies with energy performance A++ class. The components are universal, project-specific and can be can be manufactured in the warehouse, and are suitable for the construction of floors, walls, slabs and roofs. The system is suitable for the design and individual architectural buildings. The elements are lightweight, with the heaviest part being about 65 kg, no special machinery is required, the power of two people is sufficient to assemble them.
A house built using SIP technology does not require a traditional foundation. Thanks to the foundation structure, the weight is distributed evenly and there are no concentrated loads. Because the materials are low in weight, the house does not settle and can therefore be built on a compacted base. The advantage of such foundations is their high durability and low cost. Houses made of SIP structures are distinguished by a very smooth wall and corner surface, which makes them particularly easy to finish. The SIP houses themselves have sufficient thermal resistance so that no additional insulation is needed. SIP houses have 12% more usable floor space than other houses of the same dimensions The savings in usable floor area are due to thinner walls.